Cultural Clubs & Organizations

African Caribbean Student Association (ACSA)

ACSA enables the student body at Marymount University to explore the diversity of African and Caribbean culture.
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Black Student Alliance (BSA)

BSA plans and organizes programs that promote awareness of Black History and culture and promotes interest of minority students.
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International Affairs Society (IAS)

The International Affairs Society promotes a better understanding and awareness of international and national politics, history and culture.
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International Club

The International Club promotes cross-cultural understanding by planning social, cultural, and educational programs. Activities include a weekly coffee hour and discussion group, a Kick-off reception in the fall and spring semesters, an International Thanksgiving dinner, and the International Week and Banquet.
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Latino Student Association

The Latino Student Association familiarizes the campus community with the Latino culture through special programs, engages in service projects with the DC metropolitan Latino community, and strengthens ties between Latino students and Marymount University. Some activities include dances, galas, and topic-based discussions.

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Muslim Student Association

The Muslim Student Association supports Muslim students on campus and provides the overall Marymount community with educational programming regarding the Islamic faith. The Muslim Student Association is an affiliate of a national organization.
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Saudi Student Association

The Saudi Student Association promotes interest in the history and culture of Saudi Arabia.
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South Asian Society (SAS)

South Asian Society seeks to meet the social, cultural and educational needs of all those with interest in South Asia.
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Belize Service Club

The purpose will be dedication to service in the hopes of fundraising to support programs and parterships that will raise awareness about poverty and lack of funds for research in Gales Point Belize.  Also to generate support for students to participate in Blize study abroad.  Service is a major hallmark of MU and also enhances QEP.
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